He’ll need a beer after this horrible day at work. I need this Yes I do have a retirement plan I plan to go drinking Coors Light shirt. His night got worse, he spent the rest of the evening with alcoholics licking him. How not to tap and vent a cask ale. It’s not even on the beer. I use this method/system at home when I buy cask ale. I know it as a float and widget system (or similar) – the settled beer is at the top where the float sits.
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I want this Yes I do have a retirement plan I plan to go drinking Coors Light shirt. I think this way is better than the other way (whatever it’s called) because you don’t have to wait for the whole lot to settle before pumping it out. Then you would have been in the shit book for years. Vertical extraction is the words you’re looking for. He just left the cap off, didn’t need beer. Most amusing mind. Get a mallet, put the lid on, one whack with the mallet and done!
Even if you’re putting a firking on a rack, you’re supposed to shake or ‘activate’ it before you tap it. So those of you that are saying to let it settle is also wrong. It’s cask widget, doesn’t need to be racked, although he has got the wrong size mallet and no lid on it so it would do that regardless. The likelihood is this is the magic beer we got on the festival a couple of years back.